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Posted on Dec 31, 2008
I am never too keen on disconnecting the computer as sometimes it can be more of a headache than it was to have the light on.
Keep in mind that not all vehicles will have the following issues.
For example: when resetting the computer myself on my 1997 F-150, my truck "forgot" how to run. I have done this twice now, so, I know with my particular truck it is not a fluke. My truck would turn off on me every time I took my foot off of the gas pedal. I almost wrecked one time when it did this to me in the middle of a turn (I learned quickly how much power steering helps!).
On some vehicles, if the radio has a "security" feature, you may have to re-enter the security code particular to that radio. So, if you don't have that code, you would have a useless radio.
Again, this is not even with the majority of the vehicles on the road, but, these are reasons why I just simply do my best not to reset the computer by pulling the fuse or disconnecting the battery: I'd just rather not find out!!!
So, how to reset the light? Supposedly, here in GA, it is illegal for AutoZone and stores of the like to turn the light off for you (unless you "know" the right people). Since you may not be like me (knowing plenty of people in the automotive industry who will turn the light off for me), you may want to purchase a scanner for yourself. They average $100, however, they work with a great variety of vehicles, you are not at the mercy of an auto mechanic trying to squeeze every last dime out of you by charging $50 just to hook your car up to the computer scanner, AND you can turn the check engine light off yourself.
Disclaimer: Know the problem you are dealing with and fix the probelm BEFORE turning off the light. Turning off sensor lights DOES NOT fix problems!
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
remove battery and tray you can see the starter from there then there is a cover over the starter it is held on by a 13 mm nut will need small long extension and 1/4 inch ratchet for the one on the top there is also one on the bottom jack up car remove drivers side wheel and wheel well cover those are held in by t20 torx bits. should be able to see lower bolt on the starter. remove that 13 mm the bolts behind that are 16 mm bolts will need 1/2 in extension and strong arm to loosen these bolts be sure to unplug single wire connector on starter then remove ground cable on back of starter. remove both large bolts they are long. pull out then remove starter. reinstall in reverse good luck. be sure to put ground cable on last when reinstalling battery.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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